A cookie is a simple little file that is sent with pages of a website and stored by your browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, etc.) on your computer’s hard disk. These little files store information that is sent back to the server on your next visit to the website. Cookies do not harm your computer.
Cookies can have different functions. Based on these functions, cookies can be divided into four categories, namely: functional cookies, analytical cookies, performance cookies, and advertising cookies. See the table below for an explanation of the different cookies.
Cookies that are necessary for the correct functioning of the website. These cookies are used to ensure that you can place products in a shopping cart in a web shop or to keep your personal settings stored. Without these cookies, the website will not work or will not work as well.
Cookies that are used to improve the website by examining visitor statistics, for example, how long the website is used. Based on this information, the web builder tries to create the best experience possible for you.
Cookies that store data about whether or not the user objectives were achieved on the website. This data is combined with data from a page you visited earlier, the party behind this cookie actually receives a small fee if they have re-directed you.
Advertising cookies are used to show relevant advertisements to visitors on (social) platforms and other sites. The goal is to display advertisements that are as individual and as relevant as possible. In this way, we can arrange our advertising and marketing as efficiently as possible and offer the best user experience.
Now that you know what cookies are, why cookies are important to your internet experience, and what types of cookies there are, you can find an overview of the cookies used on this website below.
Under the header ''What cookies are placed'' you will find a button where you can give your consent or withdraw your consent for the placing of cookies.
Please note! When you change your consent for the placing of cookies, it may be that cookies installed previously are still active on your computer. Do you disable this completely? You can do so via your browser settings (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome en Firefox). See also the section ‘Removing cookies’.
If you want to remove cookies completely from your computer, you can do that via your browser settings. Here is a brief explanation per browser.
1. Click on the little wheel at the top right of the window.
2. Choose ‘Internet options’.
3. Go to the tab ‘General’.
4. Delete the browser history, including the cookies.
1. Click ‘settings’ at the top right of the window (the three dots).
2. Go to ‘settings’.
3. Type ‘cookies’ in the search box at the top of the window.
4. Choose the last option ‘Delete cookies’.
1. Go to the menu and choose ‘preferences’.
2. Go to the tab ‘privacy & security’.
3. Delete your history including cookies.
1. Click ‘Safari’ at the top left in the toolbar
2. Choose ‘Delete history’
3. Choose ‘Delete complete history’.
Do you use a different browser? If you are a Windows user, you can try the combination of keys: CTRL + SHIFT + DEL. If this does not work or you are a Mac user, feel free to contact us.
Do you want to object or exercise your right to access or your right to be forgotten? Please view the privacy statement , here you can see how you can do this.
Atkins International B.V.
Chamber of Commerce number: 0814 64 53,
Address: Dokter van Wiechenweg nr. 2
Postcode: 8025 BZ te Zwolle (Overijssel)
Country: the Netherlands
Telephone number: 038 – 455 58 60 (can be reached by telephone between 9:00 hrs – 17:00 hrs)